Action Programmes for the Protection of Homeworkers: Ten Case Studies from Around the World, Volume 75
Homeworkers are a particularly vulnerable category of workers due to their ambiguous legal status, their isolation and their low bargaining power. Action-oriented programmes aiming to break their isolation, also make them aware of their rights, and help them to organize and to improve their bargaining position.
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Introduction U Huws
SEWAs Programmes for the Organization
National Outwork Campaign Australia S Laverty
The Homeworkers Association and the Coalition
The Kyoto Homeworkers Friendship
PATAMABAs Action Programme
The National Group on Homeworking
The Vrouwenbond FNVs Home Work
The Women of Color Quilters Network
The Watermark Association of Artisans
Appalachian Knitwear United States C Weiss
achieved activities advocacy aims Appalachian Knitwear award benefits bidi Bulacan province Camarines Sur Canada cent Center for Economic chikan coalition Color Quilters conditions of employment contractors cooperative coordinator craft Economic Options employers ensure factory federal Friendship Associations funding garment workers Group on Homeworking health and safety Hengelo home work support home-based homeworking projects ILGWU important improve income individual initiatives involved issue KaBaPa knitters knitting labour market legislation lobbying membership National Group National Outwork Campaign negotiate Netherlands non-governmental organizations number of homeworkers organize homeworkers PATAMABA Philippines problems production programme protection of homeworkers quilt result role rural scheme self-employed SEWA SEWA's skills social protection staff strategy support centres sweaters telework textile trade union United Kingdom Vrouwenbond FNV wages Watermark West Virginia West Yorkshire